Fark TV - The History of White Rap

by PopMatters Staff

13 February 2007

 

In honor of black history month, Fark TV investigates yet another African-American phenomenon poached by Whitey: rap music. By looking back at seminal Caucazoid hip-hop pioneers, we can learn to appreciate the evolution of this underestimated genre. [From superdeluxe.com]

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